Stimm, Kilian, Heym, Michael, Uhl, Enno, Tretter, Stefan, Pretzsch, Hans (AFZ-DerWald 22/2021)

Literaturhinweise aus „Klimasensitives Höhenwachstum der Eiche“ von Kilian Stimm, Michael Heym, Enno Uhl, Stefan Tretter und Hans Pretzsch (AFZ-DerWald 22/2021):

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[16] Pretzsch, H.; Biber, P. (2010): Size-symmetric versus size-asymmetric competition and growth partitioning among trees in forest stands along an ecological gradient in central Europe. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40, 370–384.

[17] Pretzsch, H.; Bielak, K.; Block, J.; Bruchwald, A.; Dieler, J.; Ehrhart, H.-P. et al (2013): Productivity of mixed versus pure stands of oak (Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl. and Quercus robur L.) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) along an ecological gradient. European Journal of Forest Research 132, 263–280

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[20] Stimm, K.; Heym, M.; Uhl, E.; Tretter, S.; Pretzsch, H. (2021): Height growth-related competitiveness of oak (Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl. and Quercus robur L.) under climate change in Central Europe. Is silvicultural assistance still required in mixed-species stands? Forest Ecology and Management, 482, 118780

[21] Zeller, L.; Liang, J.; Pretzsch, H. (2018): Tree species richness enhances stand productivity while stand structure can have opposite effects, based on forest inventory data from Germany and the United States of America. For. Ecosyst. 5, 3.